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1. Which country is bordered by the Gulf of Finland to the north, to the west by the Baltic Sea, and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia?
2. The River Danube, Europe’s second-longest river courses through ten countries for 2,857 km before emptying in which country’s Danube delta?
3. Csárdás, a traditional folk dance, gets its name from Csárda, a term for roadside taverns and restaurants. In which country did this folk dance originate?
4. Saba is a Caribbean island that contains the active volcano Mount Scenery. It is the smallest special municipality of which European country?
5. This statue was erected in 2000, stands in a spot once occupied by a statue of Lenin. In which country’s St. Nedelya Square would you find this statue? (PIC)
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